Thomas Harrison: Georgian Architect of Chester and Lancaster, 1744-1829
Centre for North-West Regional Studies, University of Lancaster, 2005 - Architect - 151 pages
This book on the life and work of architect Thomas Harrison includes many details on his buildings, using his influences and many contemporary drawings to illustrate this.
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